I was one of the ugliest student way back in High School and with that reason, I used to be bullied by my classmates and some of my batch mates. I’d be honest but my high school years were the worst years for me. There were times that I didn’t want to come to school because they will physically and emotionally hurt me. What’s bad about the situation was some of my high school teachers didn’t care about this, at all. They tolerated this because they believed that it’s part of growing up, to be teased and hurt. I fought back but it’s hard because I am against a large group, still, I looked for someone to guide me. As far as I can remember, the only person that helped me was my Christian Living teacher, Sir Steve but apparently he passed away, 3 years after I left high school.
I cannot hid my excitement to finish my high school classes because I knew that I wasted my four years dealing with bastards and bitches (sorry for the mean words but I really don’t know how to carefully describe them). Anyhow, college days were the best days of my life. I was treated fairly. Being a late-bloomer was fun, everyone was into you and wanted to talk to you. Unfortunately, I was not happy at all because I turned out to be the one bullying others. You know, it’s a cycle, if you have experienced being bullied, there will be a time that you will be the one hurting others. I regretted doing it, I just woke up one day and realized that I am wrong and needed to straight things up. I changed myself to be better and matured on that moment. I discerned that it was not healthy doing it, I needed to grow up and stop making mistakes.
I am always thankful for everything that happened to me. I am hurt but I took it in a positive way.
Outfit details. Buttoned down - Basic Clothing, Basic Shorts - Dockers, Vintage Watch - Bvlgari and Sneakers - Cotton On.
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Photos by Micheal Macalos
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